Tracey Johnson-Glover, DNP, MSN Ed, RN

Associate Professor
Tracey Johnson-Glover
School of Nursing
(702) 777-1747

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Dr. Tracey Johnson-Glover has been a nurse for 17 years and has worked primarily in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), Mental Health, and Community Health. She has six years of teaching in clinical settings, in person and online. At Touro University Nevada, she currently teaches in the Master of Nursing (MSN) and Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) programs with a focus on Community and Global Health. 

Dr. Johnson-Glover completed her DNP with a focus in Transcultural Nursing at Duquesne University in Pittsburg. With special training in transcultural care and effective communication with the LGBTQIA+ community, she will have the opportunity to share with students and increase cultural sensitivity in healthcare and assist in nursing research projects. Dr. Johnson-Glover’s mission is to ensure everyone receives equitable care and to plan, educate and execute evidence-based research into practice, as demonstrated by her research projects in pharmacogenomics and Hereditary ATTR amyloidosis. Her passion and commitment to serving others, particularly the underserved and disenfranchised, is one of the key qualities that motivate her to look for opportunities to increase culturally congruent care and ultimately improve patient outcomes.

  • Doctor of Nursing Practice - Duquesne University
  • Master of Science in Nursing Education - Western Governors University
  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing - Western Governors University
  • Associates Degree in Nursing - College of Southern Nevada 

Transcultural Nursing - Duquesne University 

  • Nevada RN License
  • MSNV - 600 - Value-Driven Leadership Roles and Implications for Care
  • MSNV - 604 - Cultural Understanding and Population Health
  • DNP - 761 - DNP Project I
  • DNP - 763 - DNP Project II
  • DNP 767 - DNP Project III 

In collaboration with the Southern Nevada Black Nurses Association:
Grant-funded research activities on pharmacogenomics and Hereditary ATTR Amyloidosis 

  • ACCOUNT grant with Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Institute, University of Chicago, 
    Northwestern University, NIMHD ($25,000) 2019-2021
  • National Library of Medicine Local Engagement Grant ($9,000) 2020-2021
  • Pfizer Local Engagement Grant (PI) ($20,000) 2021-2022 
  • Hendricks-Sturrup, R. M., Edgar, L. M., Johnson-Glover, T., & Lu, C. Y. (2020). Exploring African American community perspectives about genomic medicine research: A literature review. SAGE Open Medicine.
  • Hendricks-Sturrup, R. M., Edgar, L. M., Johnson-Glover, T., & Lu, C. Y. (2021). African American nurses' perspectives on genomic medicine research. AMA Journal of 
    Ethics 23(3) p 240-251. 
  • Transcultural Nursing Society - Member 
  • Southern Nevada Black Nurses Association – Vice President 
  • National Coalition of 100 Black Women – Health Committee Member 
  • American Nurses Association – Member 
  • Touro University Nevada - School of Nursing
    Associate Professor - July 2022 - Present
    Assistant Professor – July 2016-2022
    Adjunct Clinical Instructor – October 2015-July 2016 
  • Dignity Health
    RN-NICU - April 2008-2022
  • Valley Health System
    RN-NICU - June 2009 - November 2015